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LAWRENCEBURG
YORKVILLE & GUILFORD
June 2018 THE BEACON Page 5B
Fairy helpers at the DCHF fund raiser Madison Schroder , Debbie Acasio , and Lilly Schroder
LAWRENCEBURG
By Debbie Acasio
Community Correspondent
lawrenceburg @ goBEACONnews . com
With spring finally arriving , downtown Lawrenceburg has been bustling with activity . The outdoor restaurant seating has been installed . Being able to sit outside again before it gets too hot is so exciting . I even noticed a new sign advertising the city park that will be constructed soon . Wow , is that ever going to be a great addition to downtown ! Music On The River starts up again on June 7 and runs through August 30 . The entertainment lineup is amazing . All you parrot heads will be glad to hear that the Parrots of the Caribbean ( featuring the music of Jimmy Buffet ) will be in Lawrenceburg on Aug . 9 .
I want to extend many congratulations to the young people involved in choir and band at Lawrenceburg schools . The Lawrenceburg Band received gold awards in performance and sight reading by the Indiana State School Music Association at the state festival . What is sight reading ? I didn ’ t know either , so I had to ask a student . Basically , the band is given a piece of music that they may never have seen before , and they have to play it right then and there . Receiving a gold in that category takes talent ! Congratulations also to The Young

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Lawrenceburg seniors at national honor society awards night- CJ Nutley , Sebastian Smith , Zane Schwier and Evan Pennington
Father George Beiderhake , son George Beiderhake III , and his mother Stephanie
Jenny Awad and Joyce Baer at Fairy Party put on by Dearborn County Historical Society
Voices choir on their amazing performance of our national anthem at Reds game in April . I saw the video on Facebook and was able to see a couple of awesome kids in the choir that I know personally- Macie Schutte and Keltyn Selmeyer . Great job !
Lawrenceburg has reaped the benefits of two Eagle Scout projects by CJ Nutley and George Beiderhake III . George built a stone walkway up to the Angevine Cabin ( the log cabin near the Lawrenceburg Historical Society ). CJ prepared emergency burn out bags that will be distributed to fire victims by the fire department . CJ delivered his bags to fire chief Johnnie Tremain in April and presented his project to city council . St John Lutheran Church and Emanuel Lutheran will maintain this project by collecting donations for ongoing needed bags . Lawrenceburg City Council voted to include a $ 50 gift certificate in every bag at the chief ’ s discretion . Congratulations to Troop 604 for producing the first Eagle Scouts for this troop since 1969 , and to Chris Nutley for acting as mentor to these two fine

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young men . Great job boys ! The Lawrenceburg Historical Society is raffling off a beautiful vintage quilt in October to raise funds for ongoing operating expenses at the Vance- Tousey House . This house was built in 1818 in the late Georgian Federal style . It was the home of Samuel Vance , the founder of Lawrenceburg . Among other duties , the volunteers at the historical society are tasked with cataloguing the many historical photos that are dropped off weekly by family members who want to preserve Dearborn County family history . Tickets for this quilt ( vintage 1930s quilt top recently hand quilted by Jenny Awad ) are $ 1 each or 6 for $ 5 . Tickets are available by calling 812-537-4075 .
In addition to the quilt raffle , the historical society recently put on a very successful fundraiser “ Fairy Tea ” recently for young children at the Boy Scout cabin . The decorations were adorable , food was delicious , crafts very ingenious , and the “ fairies ” attending had a great time .
Graduation and prom are always bittersweet as they mark the end of another school year . I am looking forward to a great summer of activity in Lawrenceburg .

YORKVILLE & GUILFORD

By Laura Keller
Community Correspondent
yorkville @ goBEACONnews . com
As I passed the Guilford Covered Bridge Park one Saturday in April , I observed several volunteers who were busy sprucing it up . I glanced at the Miller-York Volunteer Fire Department sign and noticed it was a clean-up day at the park . Continuing my drive home , I realized the following day was Earth Day , an annual day designated to protect the earth .
While driving from Guilford to Yorkville , I noticed a plethora of garbage along the road . I ’ m always amazed at how much litter lies along our roads . When we got home , my two-year-old and I joined in the clean-up movement by picking up trash in our neighborhood . Almost everything we collected was recyclable , and I pondered why so many people continue to litter .
Help do your part by
keeping our earth clean , and recycle when you can . Two recycling drop-off locations are located near the Guilford and Yorkville areas : Tanner Valley United Methodist Church located on State Road 1 and the New Alsace American Legion Post 452 located on Legion Road . For a list of all Dearborn County recycling locations , visit Dearborn- CountyRecycles . com .
Guilford lost a great man on April 20 . Neil Maushart passed away , leaving his devoted wife Karen , children Leslie ( Michael Bess II ) and Brad , and grandson Michael . Neil worked for Duke Energy for more than forty years and was an active member of All Saints Parish . Every time I saw Neil , he always had a big smile on his face and asked about my family and me . I know I speak for many when I say he will be greatly missed .
Michael Graf achieved quite a feat that not many people can claim they have accomplished : on April 16 he bowled a perfect game ! For those of you who aren ’ t wellversed in bowling nomenclature , he threw 12 strikes in a row to score a 300 . According to Google , the odds of an adult male bowling a perfect game are 11,500 to one . Congratulations , Michael !
If you have news in the Guilford / Yorkville area you ’ d like me to share , please contact me at Yorkville @ GoBEACONnews . com .
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